Sentry’s Most Epic Quote Proves Even Thor Should Fear Him

Thor might be one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel Universe, but one line from Sentry proves he should fear the out-of-control hero.

Few heroes can strike fear into their allies’ hearts as much as Sentrybut after the Void took over inside the Marvel powerhouse, he delivered a line that proved why Thor should fear him. In siege #2 by Marvel Comics, Sentry rips Ares, the God of War, in half, and as his dark side begins to take over, he asks the God of Thunder, “how many gods will I have to kill today?” It’s one of the most badass lines ever delivered from Marvel’s Superman.

In the pages of Marvel Comics, one of the most brutal kills of all time is when Sentry ripped Ares in half during the siege miniseries. The moment was incredible gorry, as Sentry used his extraordinary powers from him to tear Ares apart, resulting in his guts and insides spilling all over the place. While the King in Black would eventually pull off a similar move on Sentry himself, the comic showed that even gods and the most powerful heroes in the cosmos need to fear Sentry, including Thor.

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In siege #2 by Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel, Mark Morales, Laura Martin, and Chris Eliopoulos from Marvel Comics, Sentry’s infamous murder of Ares takes place as a battle with the Dark Avengers is highlighted by the God of War getting brutally killed after being torn in half. The Avengers do their best to withstand Sentry’s attack to get Norman Osborn, but the powerful hero slowly starts to lose control. While landing from the sky in front of Thor, Sentry asks the Avenger, “how many gods will I have to kill today?” Thor attempts to strike his former ally with Mjolnir, but Sentry withstands it, as the hero can’t believe it.



After ripping apart Ares, Sentry asking Thor about how many gods he will kill remains incredibly badass. Even for a hero as strong as the God of Thunder, the line had to make at least him temporarily fear what was coming from Sentry, as he knew he was capable of killing gods. Marvel’s Superman would destroy the floating city of Asgard before unleashing the Void. It would take everything the Avengers had, including a sacrifice from Loki, to stop the out-of-control Sentry as Thor threw his body into the sun. While Sentry would eventually return, the confrontation and fight between him and Thor remains an epic highlight for both characters.


Sentry’s struggles with his dark Void side have previously led him to unleash one of the most powerful forces in the Marvel Universe on his allies on multiple occasions. But, after ripping Ares in half in the siege comic and trying to strike fear in Thor’s heart by telling him he’s not done killing gods, the out-of-control hero has never been more terrifying. Thankfully, Thor and the Avengers were able to stop Sentry before it was too late.

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